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#162
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Somewhere Along the Highway by Cult of Luna
The end of Dark City, Dead Man still makes my jaw drop every time


+every other Cult Of Luna album
+Callisto
+The Ocean
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#165
Quote by fallenangel20
+1

I still hold strong that "Your Hand in Mine" has the single greatest moment in music ever, IMO.

4:38

Is there anything else I truly need to say? I get goosebumps every. single. time.

It never fails. I can loop it ten times, and I still get the same exact chills.


Simply......... stunning. More than stunning. It's just perfect in every way I can define it. The whole song is just one amazing moment after another, but that build up to the eventual climax is just beyond words.


Must. Listen.

The only other song that's done that to me is This Godless Endeavor by Nevermore.
#166
Quote by dminishedthingy
could someone rec me some post-rock?
i know God is an Astronaut (who are awesome) have been described as post-rock, but i'm not really sure of many others


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Culy Of Luna
Isis
Capricorns
Pelican
Explosions In The Sky
*shels
Latitudes
Earth (maybe pushing it a bit)
Domine Non Es Dignus
#167
Quote by fallenangel20
+1

I still hold strong that "Your Hand in Mine" has the single greatest moment in music ever, IMO.

4:38

Is there anything else I truly need to say? I get goosebumps every. single. time.

It never fails. I can loop it ten times, and I still get the same exact chills.


Simply......... stunning. More than stunning. It's just perfect in every way I can define it. The whole song is just one amazing moment after another, but that build up to the eventual climax is just beyond words.


Damn, that's pretty awesome...
although, I still think the greatest moment in music ever is at the end of Blackwater Park by Opeth, when it suddenly cuts out to the one acoustic guitar.... luuurvely
#168
Quote by RedDeath9
Must. Listen.

The only other song that's done that to me is This Godless Endeavor by Nevermore.

Quote by korinaflyingv
Damn, that's pretty awesome...
although, I still think the greatest moment in music ever is at the end of Blackwater Park by Opeth, when it suddenly cuts out to the one acoustic guitar.... luuurvely

If you guys haven't found it/heard it yet,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzIK5FaC38w

The moment I'm talking about in that one is a few seconds later, since there's a slight delay at the start of the video. You should still get where it is, though.


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#169
Quote by fallenangel20
If you guys haven't found it/heard it yet,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzIK5FaC38w

The moment I'm talking about in that one is a few seconds later, since there's a slight delay at the start of the video. You should still get where it is, though.



just listened to it, literally 1 minute ago... am now at 5:38
I *bought* the album specifically because of your earlier post... tis awesome
#170




That's their best album, IMO ("First Breath After Coma" is astoudning, as well), but all of their material is pretty amazing.
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#172
"You Hand in Mine" > Your face.

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#173
I can't say I see that moment as being particularly amazing. There are better parts in just that song, and far more on the album. Absolutely fantastic album though.
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im more of a social godzilla than chameleon

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Alright, I'll give them a try, Japanese Black Speed rarely disappoints.

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Hmm judging from your pic you'd fit in more with a fat busted tribute.
#174
Kwoon - I Lived On The Moon's music video > all
I’m not the man I used to be, I... I can’t go back to Arkham.

I... I should return to Arkham.


Among the churchyard’s mouldering stones I recognise a name – my own.
I have come home to Arkham.

#176
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*sees absolutely nothing but your username*

hahahahahaha


Was that some sort of condition you had to abide by to become a mod, or is it just some SMod tomfoolery?
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#178
If only if only. =/

I have no way to record. I have Audacity and FL Studio, but I don't have a way to input my guitar to the computer/no good mics.


I would totally be up for it, though, if I could. Definitely.
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#179
You should do it like Probot, man.

Have it be as many members of UG as possible, each with their own track.
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#180
Ehhhh. Not sure about that. It could work, sure, but, as personal preference, I would try and keep each track down to about 4-5 people.

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#181
Quote by fallenangel20
Ehhhh. Not sure about that. It could work, sure, but, as personal preference, I would try and keep each track down to about 4-5 people.



thats kinda what I was thinking, getting a huge melting pot of styles and creating some lush soundscapes.
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#182
does meshuggah count?
you can't really categorize them in my mind
and their style is very original and I love them
#183
Quote by nelliehart {inf
does meshuggah count?
you can't really categorize them in my mind
and their style is very original and I love them


MA says Technical Post Thrash, which is fairly accurate.

Alot of their earlier stuff doesn't fit the whole Post Rock / Post Metal mindset. Hell, even their later material for that matter. They just play in odd time sigs....that eventually turn into 4/4
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#184
Don't taint post metal with Meshuggah.
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cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#185
progbass: Aren't most all of their songs, essentially, based off of 4/4 in some aspect?

I mean, "New Millenium Cyanide Christ" comes to mind first. The guitars/bass kicks are in 7/4 (or something similar) and the cymbals/snare are in 4/4.


I realise ALL of their songs aren't like this, but most I've heard have two signatures going on somewhere.
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#186
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progbass: Aren't most all of their songs, essentially, based off of 4/4 in some aspect?

I mean, "New Millenium Cyanide Christ" comes to mind first. The guitars/bass kicks are in 23/16 and the cymbals/snare are in 4/4.


I realise ALL of their songs aren't like this, but most I've heard have two signatures going on somewhere.

Fix'd
#187
Quote by fallenangel20
progbass: Aren't most all of their songs, essentially, based off of 4/4 in some aspect?


Yes, Hawke (drummer) hides the 4 count with his hands, ALWAYS with his hands. Usually on a ride or splash.

the notion is that no matter how ****ed teh time signature for guitars is, it always syncs back to a 4/4 after so many bars, which is why the more you listen, the less alien the riffs sound. they subconsciously make sense.

@ Slay : you didn't like Destroy Erase Improve?
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#189
Quote by progbass


@ Slay : you didn't like Destroy Erase Improve?


Forewarning: Jack, you know my stand on Meshuggah, so don't interfere I'm simply answering this question .

Answer: Nope. Meshuggah are monotony in guitar form to me. Sure, they use "abstract time signatures" and "break boundaries" that have already been broken about 300 years ago, but hey! They use about four riffs per album, so it's all jolly good.

Wow, I've hated on Meshuggah and BG today...boy, this is tiring.

^ Yeah...that .
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cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#190
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Forewarning: Jack, you know my stand on Meshuggah, so don't interfere I'm simply answering this question .

Answer: Nope. Meshuggah are monotony in guitar form to me. Sure, they use "abstract time signatures" and "break boundaries" that have already been broken about 300 years ago, but hey! They use about four riffs per album, so it's all jolly good.

Wow, I've hated on Meshuggah and BG today...boy, this is tiring.


I agree that the riffing can be on the boring side sometimes, but they do write some sweet grooves now and then. to each his own.

Besides, Cult of Luna is wayyyy better than Meshuggah.
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#192
But...but...if it's your perfect race, how will we have babies?

/low blow
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cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#194
You know we's mates, but if your perfect race is *Chug...ch-chugSTOPchugSTOPchSTchuSTOchugSTOPSTchOP* I may have to revolt

^ That's a bitch to type...
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#195
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You know we's mates, but if your perfect race is *Chug...ch-chugSTOPchugSTOPchSTchuSTOchugSTOPSTchOP* I may have to revolt

^ That's a bitch to type...


now THATS funny

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#197
So...Devin Townsend/Strapping Young Lad ?
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#199
Some more post metal/rock to check out

Rossetta
Blackwaves
Buried at sea
Burst
Omega massif
Tomydeepestego
Callisto
Vi
Laura
Giant
North
Grails
The Ocean
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#200
Quote by gilly#
Some more post metal/rock to check out


Buried at sea

While I must admit "Ghost" is one of my favorite releases from this year, but they're a doom band. Props for mentioning them, though.


Also, it's just "Rosetta".
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